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Publications [selected]

artintact - artists' interactive CD-ROMagazine - publication series [1994-99/2002]
ed. ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, published by Hatje Cantz

Pioneering works of interactive media art in the book-with-CD-ROM package representing a unique collection of art treasures of a very special kind, the magazine counts among the few examples of an original project devised specifically for the CD-ROM medium. artintact was presented worldwide at numerous festivals and exhibitions, and won several awards.

zkm digital arts edition - interactive artworks on CD-ROM/ DVD - publication series [1998-]
ed. ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, published by Hatje Cantz

The seriesí distinguishing feature is its monographic attention to outstanding interactive works by individual artists, as well as to new forms of interactive narration.
Presented at exhibitions and festivals worldwide, the series has met with great international success.

Hardware - Software - Artware. Confluence of Art and Technology [1997]
ed. ZKM | Karlsruhe, published by Hatje Cantz

Analyzing the projects of ZKM's Institute for Visual Media, the publication discusses the changes in art practice in view of new media technologies between 1992 and 1997.

New Screen Media. Cinema / Art / Narrative [2002]
Martin Rieser, Andrea Zapp [eds.] / The British Film Institute, ZKM | Karlsruhe.

This unique volume with accompanying DVD-ROM juxtaposes the work of leading cultural theorists and philosophers of new media against artistsí attempts to explore new concepts of the art of the moving image enabled by new vehicles for narrative forms, such as hypertext, computer games, multimedia applications or interactive broadcast, that redefine the relationship between »author« and »audience«.

The Web of Life Project. Linking Art and Science [2004]
Michael Gleich, Jeffey Shaw [eds.], published by ZKM | Karlsruhe
sponsored by the Aventis Foundation

The book sums up the results of the multidisciplinary project »Web of Life« that links art and science in order to explore the reach of network theories that provide us with radical new insights into the underlying processes of nature, economy, and society.


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